Arab Israeli Conflict
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Some 20 percent of Israel's population. Primarily Muslim, but with some Christian communities.
The majority of the Jewish public (66%) thinks that there is no alternative at present.
Despite the call for boycotting the new mall, some of the Israeli chains, including Cafe Greg and Crazy Line, have taken Arab franchise holders.
Organizations steps up fight against perceived discrimination by public officials.
MK Ahmad Tibi: "Instead of showing understanding for the needs of Arab communities, they are ramping things up for demolitions. It is horrible and it creates friction and anger."
By BEN LYNFIELD
Defense minister says MKs Zoabi, Odeh and Ghattas should not be citizens of Israel as part of future peace deal.
By JEREMY SHARON
Dozens of Arab Israeli social media users took to Facebook to speak out against the ramming attack.
By EINAT OLIVIER
5,000 Arab engineers are employed today, up from 300 in 2007.
By MAX SCHINDLER
Arab women are unique in that they are exposed to forced smoking at a high level even though relatively few of them – aware of the danger to their babies – actually light up.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The boy went on a school trip to Acre, where he chose to get a "Make Peace" henna tattoo in the market. The next day, both arms began to swell and redden.
NGO Tsofen and city mayor team up to promote entrepreneurship.
By SHARON UDASIN
Haredi men and Arab woman are the focus of efforts to increase the labor-force participation.
By YAMIT NAFTALI
The New Right calls for the IDF to use an “iron fist” against enemy provocations and their use of violence against Israel, and to prevent enemies from growing stronger beyond Israel’s borders.
By LAHAV HARKOV
“I refuse to believe that there are parties that have given up on the idea that Israel is a Jewish democratic state, a democratic and Jewish state in the same phrase.”
By HERB KEINON,AMY SPIRO
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